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by William E. Butterworth IV,W. E. B. Griffin


He is the coauthor of several novels in the Badge of Honor, Men at War, Honor Bound, and Presidential Agent series.

He is the coauthor of several novels in the Badge of Honor, Men at War, Honor Bound, and Presidential Agent series.

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Stay away from anything co-authored by William E. Butterworth IV unless you are prepared for mediocrity. the subject vigilante almost appears to be a undeveloped distraction. This 10th book in the Badge of Honor series follows Matt Payne as he attempts to find a vigilante who is killing felons wanted for sexual crimes who have jumped bail. Despite doing a public service this vigilante justice spurred by reward money cannot be tolerated.

Griffin was the co-founder of the William E. Colby Seminar on Intelligence, Military, and . Book VII, Empire and Honor (2012) (with William E. Butterworth IV), ISBN 0-399-16066-3. Colby Seminar on Intelligence, Military, and Diplomatic Affairs at Norwich University in Vermont, along with his friend, historian, and Patton biographer Colonel Carlo D'Este Family life. Book X, The Vigilantes (2010) (with William E. Butterworth IV). Book XI, The Last Witness (2013) (with William E. Butterworth IV), ISBN 0-399-16257-7.

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The dramatic new novel in Griffin's New York Times- bestselling chronicle of the Philadelphia police force. There's a sudden spike in murders in Philadelphia, but no one seems to mind much because the victims all seem to be lowlifes.

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Book II: special operations. Book III: the victim. Book IV: the witness. Book V: the assassin. Book VI: the murderers. Book VII: the investigators. Book VIII: final justice. BOOK IX: THE TRAFFICKERS (and William E. Men at war. Book I: the last heroes. Book II: the secret warriors. Book III: the soldier spies. Book IV: the fighting agents. No part of this book may be reproduced, scanned, or distributed in any printed or.

and William E. Brotherhood of war. Book I: the lieutenants. Book X: retreat, hell! Badge of honor. Book II: special operations. Book II: the captains. Book III: the majors. Book IV: the colonels. Book VI: the generals.

WALL STREET JOURNAL and NEW YORK TIMES best-selling thrillers.

Griffin was the author of seven bestselling series: The Corps, Brotherhood of War, Badge of Honor, Men at War, Hono. ore about . Griffin was the author of seven bestselling series: The Corps, Brotherhood of War, Badge of Honor, Men at War, Hono.

The dramatic new novel in Griffin's New York Times- bestselling chronicle of the Philadelphia police force. There's a sudden spike in murders in Philadelphia, but no one seems to mind much because the victims all seem to be lowlifes. The more Homicide Sergeant Matthew Payne investigates, however, the more he gets a bad feeling-one that only gets worse when vigilante groups spring up claiming credit for some of the hits, even though Payne knows it can't be true. As the targets get bigger and events start moving out of control, Payne realizes that if he and his colleagues can't figure out who's behind this very soon, the violence could overtake them all. Filled with authentic color and detail, this is a riveting novel of the men and women who put their lives on the line-storytelling at its absolute best.

The Vigilantes (Badge Of Honor) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0399156632

ISBN: 0399156631

Author: William E. Butterworth IV,W. E. B. Griffin

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Genre Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons; First Edition edition (August 10, 2010)

Pages: 352 pages

ePUB size: 1335 kb

FB2 size: 1757 kb

Rating: 4.2

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FireWater
I have read all of Griffin's books except a few early ones when he was learning to write. This looks to me to be the end of the Badge of Honor series. I have greatly enjoyed the early books in this series. It was a bit startling when, in "Final Justice (Badge of Honor)," Griffin moved all his characters from the 1970s, when Matt flunked his physical for the Marines during the Vietnam War, to the present. It gave Griffin a chance to write about all the new technology and I enjoyed that one. This book, however, seems hastily written and probably by the son. Plot lines are skimpy. As another reviewer commented, why was Badde even in the story ? Still, I read it and would probably read the next but this one feels like the end of these characters. The final scene makes me think that Matt will finally settle down and raise a family, maybe getting that law degree after all. It is definitely not one of the better ones.
FireWater
I have read all of Griffin's books except a few early ones when he was learning to write. This looks to me to be the end of the Badge of Honor series. I have greatly enjoyed the early books in this series. It was a bit startling when, in "Final Justice (Badge of Honor)," Griffin moved all his characters from the 1970s, when Matt flunked his physical for the Marines during the Vietnam War, to the present. It gave Griffin a chance to write about all the new technology and I enjoyed that one. This book, however, seems hastily written and probably by the son. Plot lines are skimpy. As another reviewer commented, why was Badde even in the story ? Still, I read it and would probably read the next but this one feels like the end of these characters. The final scene makes me think that Matt will finally settle down and raise a family, maybe getting that law degree after all. It is definitely not one of the better ones.
FailCrew
1st off let me say i am a huge fan of web griffin and heartily recommend any of his series-they are well written and really get you into the story line.

however i must say that when the series start adding butterworth as a co-author they decline rapidly. they lose the cohesiveness of the earlier novels in the series. they start to contradict each other and the story lines suffer. its almost as if butterworth is writing the co-authored books and has only the vaguest idea of the original storylines .
FailCrew
1st off let me say i am a huge fan of web griffin and heartily recommend any of his series-they are well written and really get you into the story line.

however i must say that when the series start adding butterworth as a co-author they decline rapidly. they lose the cohesiveness of the earlier novels in the series. they start to contradict each other and the story lines suffer. its almost as if butterworth is writing the co-authored books and has only the vaguest idea of the original storylines .
greed style
Lets face it if you have read any Griffin novel and enjoyed it you will probably enjoy this one. It part of a series dealing with a poor rich but humble guy who is now a member of the State Police and gets involved with all kinds of bad guys. I like Griffin's books mainly because the good guys give you a good feeling and the action is tense through out the books. Of course you will start feeling the pattern Griffin sets Poor Rich Guy humble and great cop or soldier and always gets his man or women.
greed style
Lets face it if you have read any Griffin novel and enjoyed it you will probably enjoy this one. It part of a series dealing with a poor rich but humble guy who is now a member of the State Police and gets involved with all kinds of bad guys. I like Griffin's books mainly because the good guys give you a good feeling and the action is tense through out the books. Of course you will start feeling the pattern Griffin sets Poor Rich Guy humble and great cop or soldier and always gets his man or women.
SoSok
Being a long time fan who has read every one of his books, some series several times over the years, so I was very disappointed in this book. Payne's thoughts, rather than the subject matter, took up too many pages and became boring after awhile. The other theme concerning the Councilman and his machinations added nothing to the story, only setting the stage for their next book. There just wasn't enough meat in this story, short as it was, to be passed off as Griffin's reputation would have you anticipating. I suspect, due to his age, that Junior wrote this book and Dad didn't have the heart to veto it. That's a pity because it turns his devoted fans off and sets a low bar for future stories from Junior.
SoSok
Being a long time fan who has read every one of his books, some series several times over the years, so I was very disappointed in this book. Payne's thoughts, rather than the subject matter, took up too many pages and became boring after awhile. The other theme concerning the Councilman and his machinations added nothing to the story, only setting the stage for their next book. There just wasn't enough meat in this story, short as it was, to be passed off as Griffin's reputation would have you anticipating. I suspect, due to his age, that Junior wrote this book and Dad didn't have the heart to veto it. That's a pity because it turns his devoted fans off and sets a low bar for future stories from Junior.
Shazel
I enjoy W.E.B. Griffin's writing, and especially enjoy this series. Seeing the chaos faced by law enforcement in large cities is sobering. Seeing what individuals do when faced with horrific crime which impacts their families and themselves serves as the foundation for this story.
Shazel
I enjoy W.E.B. Griffin's writing, and especially enjoy this series. Seeing the chaos faced by law enforcement in large cities is sobering. Seeing what individuals do when faced with horrific crime which impacts their families and themselves serves as the foundation for this story.
Clonanau
It's surely easy to tell that Griffin really isn't writing anymore. The things that really define Griffin's books are his superb characterization and great use of the English language. In short, he is a great storyteller and word mechanic. Sadly, the books he has allegedly 'co-authored' with Mr. Butterworth show little of Griffin's great storytelling. THE VIGILANTES is poorly written, illogical and the characters seem cardboard. It's just an OK read if you have nothing else at hand.
Clonanau
It's surely easy to tell that Griffin really isn't writing anymore. The things that really define Griffin's books are his superb characterization and great use of the English language. In short, he is a great storyteller and word mechanic. Sadly, the books he has allegedly 'co-authored' with Mr. Butterworth show little of Griffin's great storytelling. THE VIGILANTES is poorly written, illogical and the characters seem cardboard. It's just an OK read if you have nothing else at hand.
Kaim
I have read all the books in this series up till ten and I love the series.
Kaim
I have read all the books in this series up till ten and I love the series.
Great book, with enough police procedure to keep it interesting without straining credulity. The characters are human and easily related to.
Great book, with enough police procedure to keep it interesting without straining credulity. The characters are human and easily related to.